Lukaku told he can leave Manchester United


Inter and Juventus are both chasing the Belgian striker

Manchester United officials have told striker Romelu Lukaku that he is free to leave the club, according to The Sun.

After showdown talks, the United hierarchy have made it clear they will allow Lukaku to join Inter should the Serie A side offer more than the £75 million ($95m) United paid for his services two years ago.

Juventus are also monitoring Lukaku’s situation but Inter are in pole position to land the 26-year-old. 


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